- 10 years ago
- Wedding: August 2010
Fiance and I currently live together in a 1 br/1ba apartment, with an office, hardwood floors, porch, and one garage parking spot in upstate NY. Our rent is $575/mo total, plus gas/electric/cable. It’s actually a great deal for our neighborhood. We’re moving to a new city though and buying a house, so that will be more expensive, but so exciting.
2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment that is around 1100 square feet (came with a washer/dryer, fridge, dishwasher)
We also have an external 1 car garage included in the price
Utilities are not included but are around an additional $150 each month
We are in a suburb of Dallas, TX.
Way.Too. MUCH! Well, the actual apartment is nice enought- semi-newly renovated, 950 square feet, laundry room, 2 bedroom, open plan- but the location is in a bad part of town so you can’t.walk.anywhere! It stinks! It is $850.
There are one bedrooms here for $650 -that will be our goal in the fall- we just got trapped here when we moved here- found this place online :/
The one good thing: onsite dog park. The dog loves it.
We’re in Ann Arbor, Michigan in a 3 small bedrooms/1 small bath ranch house (about 800 sq feet), fenced back yard, renting for $975/month. We pay all utilities as well. It’s not the nicest place ever, nor the nicest neighborhood, but Fiance doesn’t want to move out of A2 yet. So it’s not too bad for the space & being in A2.
Live right outside boston. We pay $1450 for a 2-br, no utilities (except water) included.
ETA – doesn’t come with parking either. There’s a coin-op laundry in the basement.
Before moving into a pretty little 3 bd house in the province of Qc with my Fiance I lived a 10 minute walk away from the Parliament Buildings in downtown Ottawa. My whole condo was the size of my current living room and it cost me $1250.00 per month! I currently pay $500.00 per month towards the mortgage.
That condo was sweeeeeeeeeeet for a single city girl though. Modern. Unfinished ceilings, loft style with sliding barn doors, floor to ceiling windows, awesome gym, billards room and party room in building.
Sigh.. can you tell i miss it a bit?
With my Fiance gone with work, I am a little bit lonely in suburbia
We pay $1795 for our 3 bedroom, 2 bath single family house in Northern Virginia. We have a very large fenced backyard, dishwasher, washer and dryer. Utilities are not included but we dont pay any pet fees/deposits so we did save some money. We live 2 miles from a metro and 8 miles to downtown DC.
I pay $250 a month plus utilities for my share of the house. We have 6 people living here so it’s about $1500 for a 5bedroom townhouse.
ETA: I’m also in semi-small city Canada, so factor that into it.
WOW I can’t believe how cheap it is to live in some parts of the country!!!
We rent a 1600sf, 3bd, 2br, house on lake Okanagan in central British Columbia for $1,500 per month not including utilities. It’s beautiful! 🙂
ETA: I seriously cannot wrap my head around the rent in NYC. I’m so shocked.
$1450 for a 1 bedroom 1 bathroom (with 5 windows!)on the upper east side
sounds expensive compared to other parts of the country but this is a real steal for manhattan (way cheaper than my last 2 $2300 and $2100 yikes! I got smarter, who really needs a doorman I can open my own door and my washer is one block away)
Shew! after reading this im glad to live in KY!
DH and I have a brand new 3bedroom, 2bath house 2000 sq ft with 15 acres of land and our mortgage without utilities is $800month.
Ahhhh NY! lol!
My ex bf’s Mum lives in Mid-town and she pays 3300$ a month and its about 600 sf but the view is incredible and it has insuite laundry and the whole shebang with movie room, front desk, gorgeous entrance, etc.
They pay $350.00 a month just to park their car!
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